anywhichway/anywhichway: A schema optional extensible key-value backed datastore with element level security supporting query pipelines, graphs, objects, documents, and joins.

AnyWhichWay is a JavaScript database that can be backed by almost any key-value store that exposes get(key), set(key,data), del(key) or similar methods synchronously or asynchronously. It is in an early ALPHA and currently supports: Graph navigation over fully indexed data. Continue reading anywhichway/anywhichway: A schema optional extensible key-value backed datastore with element level security supporting query pipelines, graphs, objects, documents, and joins.

anywhichway/tlx-chart: A TLX reactive custom element and JavaScript component wrapper for Google Charts

The module tlx-chart provides both a JavaScript component oriented and and reactive HTML custom element oriented TLX based wrapper for the Google Charts library. Although they have not all been tested yet, theoretically all charts in the Google gallery should Continue reading anywhichway/tlx-chart: A TLX reactive custom element and JavaScript component wrapper for Google Charts

Elements for Users – Addon for Visual Composer – Users Demo Tutorial

Define your rule and take control of your content with Visual Composer and WordPress. Show Visual Composer content elements only to the target visitors or … source

Elements for Users – Addon for Visual Composer – Devices Demo Tutorial

Define your rule and take control of your content with Visual Composer and WordPress. Show Visual Composer content elements only to the target visitors or … source

finding maximum element of a list – divide and conquer approach

Here I share my Python implementation of divide and conquer approach of finding maximum element from a list : “””Divide and conquer approach to find the maximum from a list”””def find_max(li, left, right): if left == right: return li[left] mid Continue reading finding maximum element of a list – divide and conquer approach